Key partners include the Binford
Redevelopment and Growth
(BRAG) association, City-County
Councilor Christine Scales, State
Representative Carey Hamilton,
our Mayor’s Neighborhood
Advocates, the Indianapolis Office of Sustainability, Department of Public Works, Department of Business and Neighborhood Services (Code Enforcement), and Keep Indianapolis Beautiful. We are so grateful for their support!
Keep Millersville Beautiful Initiative
We have developed a focused anti-litter “Keep Millersville Beautiful” campaign plan designed to add to our neighborhood cleanup efforts, to generate greater support—and we have partnered with movers and shakers and groups who can help leverage community, City and State resources and programs.
Don't litter. (Duh.)
Pick up after your pet. (Yeah, every time.)
Report illegal trash dumping: Call 317-327-2281 or email Trash@indy.gov. And report it to the Mayor's Action Center here.
Never put loose trash in your garbage can. Put everything in bags sealed tight and close the lid on your can. If you don't, trash spills out and blows around. (Excludes recyclables; they should be loose, but close the lid!)
Stash a box of bags and some gloves by the door and pick up some litter while you're out in your neighborhood, along Fall Creek Trail or in the village center. Just do it!
Trash is a problem.
Be part of the solution!
Fun, half-hour monthly cleanups.
Get on the alert list,
then just come when you can.
Thank you, Duvall Center!
We have promoted anti-litter efforts to Village businesses, schools and neighbors, started more cleanups, posted campaign decals and more. And through a new partnership with the Duvall Center, work-release crews now provide litter cleanups along Binford Boulevard in Millersville! Thanks to Councillor Christine Scales for helping to make this happen!
Contact: Matt Benson